Common, Patti LaBelle and more hit the stage for a great cause last night! The YBF stars performed and honored human rights activist Harry Belafonte at the Keep The Promise AIDS Healthcare Foundation’s free event to acknowledge World AIDS Day. Pics and video inside…
Rapper Common and iconic singer Patti LaBelle kicked off World AIDS Day 2016 with a bang!
YBF stars joined forces to perform at AIDS Healthcare Foundations’“Keep The Promise” concert held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on the eve of World AIDS Day.
It was a special evening as legendary humanitarian Harry Belfonte was honored for his lifetime of charitable work.
Lady in red! Ms. Patti is looking exquisite these days.
If you haven’t heard, she’ll be hosting her own cooking show, “Patti LaBelle’s Place,” set to debut on the Cooking Channel on December 3rd at 11am EST. We wonder if she'll be sharing her recipe to her Patti Pies that sell like hot cakes -- literally -- in Walmart.
“A Different World” alum Dawnn Lewis and former “The View” host Rosie Perez were all smiles as they caught up on the carpet.
Rosie just wrapped up filming a new series titled "Pure," set to debut in 2017.
Our girl Tasha Smith, who has a recurring role on "Empire," worked the carpet in a laser cut out dress.
Award winning casting director Robi Reed and rapper Doug E. Fresh made their way on the carpet before the concert.
By the way, Robi's Reed for Hope Foundation presented Common with the Sunshine Award during the evening festivities prior to the Love Healthy Virtual Spoken Word Slam, hosted by Doug E. Fresh.
TV personality Carmen Carrera, Common, singer-songwriter JoJo (who also performed), Rosie Perez and AHF president Michael Weinstein stopped for a group photo-op during the festivities.
Then, it was time for some entertainment...
Common, Patti and Doug E. Fresh hit the stage to bring the evening's tunes before honoring Harry Belafonte:
Before the concert kicked off...
Common, Rosie and thousands of people gathered for a peaceful march down Hollywood Boulevard to help raise awareness about HIV/AIDS. It’s an effort to persuade the government to commit more funds to HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment.
Peep a few clips from last night's event below: